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Published on Jun 14, 2013
Sean Faircloth is author of Attack of the Theocrats: How the Religious Right Harms Us All & What We Can Do About It which offers a specific plan for secular activism. as he does in this talk: http://bit.ly/11iGcX8 Faircloth is Director of Strategy & Policy with the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science. Faircloth served ten years in the Maine legislature and was elected Majority Whip by his colleagues in his last term. Faircloth successfully spearheaded over thirty laws.
This talk was sponsored by the Humanist Society of Western Australia and recorded at the University of Western Australia in Perth on April 2, 2013.
Videography by Noah Norton.
Richard Dawkins discusses biblical scholarship with John Huddlestun of the College of Charleston, Charleston SC.
Reblogged from Open Parachute – Richard Dawkins learns about the Bible
Agree or disagree with his position on the ‘God question,’ Dawkins has a point.
The Origins Project at ASU presents the final night in the Origins Stories weekend, focusing on the science of storytelling and the storytelling of science. The Storytelling of Science features a panel of esteemed scientists, public intellectuals, and award-winning writers including well-known science educator Bill Nye, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, theoretical physicist Brian Greene, Science Friday’s Ira Flatow, popular science fiction writer Neal Stephenson, executive director of the World Science Festival Tracy Day, and Origins Project director Lawrence Krauss as they discuss the stories behind cutting edge science from the origin of the universe to a discussion of exciting technologies that will change our future. They demonstrate how to convey the excitement of science and the importance helping promote a public understanding of science.
Video by Black Chalk Productions
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